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Hello Sylvia Then I have rebuild a geant4-7.1 with a clhep-18.104.22.168 and a OpenScientist-14.0 on my SLC3-g++-3.2.3. I have reconstructed the TestEm1. The problem I have encoutered is that the default writing file format is "hbook" which is not supported in OSC-14. I have done : Linux-csh> <various setups> Linux-csh> TestEm1 < TestEm1.in It appears that the program, with AIDA/OSC, gently says that the default hbook format is not supported and then... crashes ! This comes from a lack of protection in the TestEm1/src/HistogramManager.cxx::Fill method. In it, instead of : #ifdef G4ANALYSIS_USE if(exist[ih]) histo[ih]->fill(e/Unit[ih], weight); #endif someone should have : #ifdef G4ANALYSIS_USE if(exist[ih] && histo[ih]) histo[ih]->fill(e/Unit[ih], weight); #endif That is to say this test program is lacking a protection in case someone asks for an histo (see TestEm1.in on how to do that) but the histo had not been created because the file format is not supported in writing for the AIDA implementation (then here OSC-14). I have submitted the patch to the authors with an advise to check the other examples... With the upper patch, the program gently complains that OSC does not support hbook file writing and continues without crash. Fine. One problem identified. Then I have changed the default file format in the TestEm1.in from hbook to xml and I have been able to produce some file readble by opaw (or the onx program being setup to run with the default GUI of the Lab package). Then for me, things are technically ok here. I am going to look for A01....I know that I had problem to built it some time ago.... This being said, then I am convinced that you number one problem is clearly in a correct installation (then from source for you) of OSC. As I have said, I can have a look on your SuSE machine to see if there something awckward (relative to a SLC or RedHat) somewhere on you environment. Then I am going to coop with A01... More news later. Best regards
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